QA Press Release 9/18

OFFICE of the SHERIFF for QUEEN ANNE’S COUNTY

PRESS RELEASES

 

INCIDENT:           Possession of CDS

DATE / TIME:      09/10/2012 @ 0131 Hours

LOCATION:         Sudlersville & Crumpton 

 

ARREST:               Juvenile (17) of Crumpton, MD

                              Juvenile (16) of Sudlersville, MD

CHARGE:              Possession of CDS (Marijuana)

 

NARRATIVE:        The parent of the juvenile (17) called and reported him missing since it was 0130 and he had not returned home and it was a school night. The parent gave a description of his car which was located at a residence in Sudlersville. When deputies made contact with the juvenile, he and another juvenile were found to be in possession of several soda cans made into smoking devices and had suspected marijuana residue. An additional smoking can was located in the 17 year old’s vehicle. Both juveniles were referred to Juvenile Services and released to parents.

 

DEPUTY:              Deputy Chad Hartmetz

ASSIST:                 Sgt. Morris “Sonny” Jones

CASE:                    12-25877

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INCIDENT:           Recovered Property

DATE / TIME:      09/10/2012 @ 1325 Hours

LOCATION:         RT 301 near Rolling Bridge Road, Centreville

VICTIM:               Unknown

 

NARRATIVE:        After a citizen report, Deputies located a youth’s motorcycle covered by foliage on a hedge row on Rolling Bridge Road. The small motorcycle was placed into property held at the Sheriff’s Office. Owner can claim the bike by calling (410) 758-0770.

 

DEPUTY:              Dfc. Jason Rickard

CASE:                    12-25927

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INCIDENT:           Theft

DATE / TIME:      09/11/2012 @ 0843 Hours

LOCATION:         200 Kent Landing, Stevensville

VICTIM:               K-Mart

 

NARRATIVE:        Store Security reports seeing a female placing items including underwear and facial wax in her purse and jacket pocket. When the female left the store without paying for the items, she was confronted by security persons. The female continued on to a vehicle and left the area. The suspect’s vehicle  was registered to an address on Greenville Road near Centreville. Investigation remains open.

 

DEPUTY:              Deputy Aaron Wilson

CASE:                    12-25998

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INCIDENT:           Suspicious Vehicle

DATE / TIME:      09/11/2012 @ 2119 Hours

LOCATION:         Grasonville Park @ Perry’s Corner Road, Grasonville

 

ARREST:               Pending

 

NARRATIVE:        Cpl. Carr on patrol and noticed a vehicle parked in the driveway of the closed park. When he made contact with the driver, an 18 year old male from Grasonville, Cpl. Carr saw a multi-colored smoking device with suspected marijuana inside the bowl. The smoking device was seized and sent to the lab with any charges are pending results.

 

DEPUTY:              Cpl. Mark Carr

CASE:                    12-26053

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INCIDENT:           Burglary

DATE / TIME:      09/12/2012 @ 1547 (Reported)

LOCATION:         Fairway Island, Grasonville

VICTIM:               Edward & Tamara Holgrem of Grasonville

 

NARRATIVE:        Victim’s reported realizing that over fifty pieces of jewelry was missing from their residence. Victims stated that someone had been at home almost always except for some time in June. No signs of any forced entry was reported. The jewelry which included pendants of Black Hills gold with chains, a topaz ring, diamond rings, a ruby cluster pendant with diamonds, a diamond and sapphire teardrop pendant, an oval sapphire with 24 diamonds ring, a man’s ring made of gold coral and black coral, man’s ring with five cut sapphires and six diamonds, a black onyx pendant with an etching of a panda, and other woman’s rings with various stones such as rubies, diamonds, amethysts and topaz, a gold sailboat charm, a diamond heart pendant with 50 diamonds and men’s gold cuff links. The missing jewelry was valued at over $40,000.

 

DEPUTY:              Deputy Steve Matthews

CASE:                    12-26153

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INCIDENT:           Assault / MVA Hit & Run

DATE / TIME:      09/13/2012 @ 0229 Hours

LOCATION:         Tankard Road near White Marsh Road, Centreville

VICTIM:               Brandon Lee Kirsch of Centreville

 

NARRATIVE:        Deputies responded to the area for a report of a pedestrian struck by a vehicle. On arrival the victim was found on the side of the road with injuries to his head. Kirsch was able to advise he was walking on the roadway texting when he was struck by an unknown vehicle. After being hit, the victim called 911 for assistance. Victim was flown by MSP Trooper 2 to Shock Trauma where he was treated for injuries to his head and right hand. When interviewed at Shock Trauma by detectives the victim was uncooperative.   Investigation remains open.

 

DEPUTY:              Cpl. Shane Russell

ASSIST:                 Det. M. Bassaro / D/Sgt. B. Layton

CASE:                    12-26201

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INCIDENT:           Theft from Vehicle

DATE / TIME:      09/13/2012 @ 0506 Hours

LOCATION:         Queen Guinevere Way, Chester, MD

VICTIM:               Jamie Ganzalas of Chester

 

NARRATIVE:        Victim reported finding her vehicle ransacked and missing three CD cases and a black Magellan GPS. The items were valued at $650 with no damage to vehicle as it was unlocked.

 

DEPUTY:              Deputy Aaron Wilson

CASE:                    12-26204

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INCIDENT:           Medical Emergency

DATE / TIME:      09/13/2012 @ 1349 Hours

LOCATION:         Main Street, Queenstown

VICTIM:               Female (47) of Queenstown

 

NARRATIVE:        Deputies were alerted to respond to location for a female threatening to harm herself. On arrival they located the victim who had been drinking and had taken prescription pills. Deputies also located a glass pipe with suspected marijuana. The female was transported to Anne Arundel Medical Center by Ambulance for treatment. Charges are pending reference to the suspected CDS.

 

DEPUTY:              Deputy Steve Matthews

ASSIST:                 Cpl. Sean Hampton

CASE:                    12-26251

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INCIDENT:           Burglary / Theft

DATE / TIME:      09/13/2012 @ 1828 Hours

LOCATION:         Kirby Street, Chester

VICTIM:               Amelia L. Atkins of Chester

ARREST:               Male (17) of Chester

CHARGE:              1st Degree Burglary / Theft

 

NARRATIVE:        Victim reported she was on her dock checking crab traps when her dog began to bark. When she looked towards her house she saw a male crawling across her deck and open her screen door. When he saw her, the suspect ran away however the victim could identify him. When deputies arrived, the victim stated on the previous day a bottle of Crown Royal and a gold wedding band valued at $2000 was missing however she had not yet reported it.

 

Deputies went to the suspects home nearby and a family member stated that on the previous day she had sold some jewelry, including a gold wedding band for the suspect at a local jewelry store for $150 because he couldn’t due to his age. The juvenile was charged by juvenile referral for theft and burglary and released to a family member.

 

DEPUTY:              Deputy Steve Matthews

ASSIST:                 Deputy N. Burns

CASE:                    12-26279

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INCIDENT:           Theft

DATE / TIME:      09/15/2012 @ 0920 Hours

LOCATION:         210 Island Plaza Court, Stevensville

VICTIM:               Living Water Food Bank / Thrift Shop

 

NARRATIVE:        Manger at the location reported that overnight someone had entered the store and had taken a bank envelope with $70 and $50 of change. There was no sign of forced entry. Investigation remains open

 

DEPUTY:              Deputy Chase Armington

CASE:                    12-26439

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